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  • Molloy College: Home Inspection Continuing Education
    the current schedule of classes The following is a listing of the courses that are offered for HI CE credit please note that not every course is offered every semester and a description for each course can be found by scrolling down the page Basement Water Penetration 3 CE hours Effective Report Writing Techniques 6 CE hours Electrical Inspection Basics 6 CE hours Environmental Issues in Home Inspections Asbestos Lead Mold Radon 2 CE hours Home Inspection Q A 10 Second Rule 3 CE hours Inspecting Roofs And Attics 3 CE hours Inspecting Storm Damaged Houses 4 CE hours Introduction to Auxiliary ASHI Standards Residential PreDrywall Inspections Pool Spa Inspections 2 CE hours Introduction to Leed Leadership In Energy And Environmental Design 4 CE hours Introduction to Residential Green Building 3 CE hours Mold Is In The Air For Home Inspectors 6 CE hours New York State Home Inspection Code of Ethics And Standards of Practice 6 CE hours Water and Wastewater Clean and Dirty 3 CE hours Click here for the current schedule of classes The course descriptions including the tuition rates and faculty are as followsv Inspecting Storm Damaged Houses 4 continuing education hours This 4 hour course will discuss inspecting storm damaged houses both before and after repairs have been made to the house With so many houses recently damaged from Hurricane Irene and Super Storm Sandy this course will serve to broaden the knowledge base of home inspectors who practice in this area The course will include an introduction to the National Flood Insurance Program NFIP and its terminology case studies of storm damaged houses concerns such as structural electrical and mold issues strategies to minimize future storm impacts and items to focus on in repaired houses including generator installations Instructor John Weiburg P E see bio under course HI 6000 Course Number HI 6130 Tuition 95 Click here for the current schedule of classes New York State Home Inspection Code of Ethics And Standards of Practice 6 continuing education hours This course will cover the recently adopted Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice for Home Inspection in New York State The Code of Ethics Subpart 197 4 and Standards of Practice Subpart 197 5 will be covered in detail Strategies will be discussed in regard to complying with both the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice as well on how to implement the Standards of Practice into home inspection procedures Specific examples will be discussed to highlight the new version of the Standards of Practice Instructor John Weiburg P E Engineer and licensed home inspector and ASHI certified inspector Course Number HI 6000 Tuition 145 Click here for the current schedule of classes Introduction To Leed Leadership In Energy And Environmental Design 4 continuing education hours This 4 hour course will serve as an introduction to LEED 2009 for home inspectors LEED is a green building program developed by the U S Green Building Council USGBC and is comprised of several rating systems including LEED for Homes The basic concepts behind LEED and its effects on building design construction and operation will be discussed Instructor John Weiburg P E see bio under course HI 6000 Course Number HI 6025 Tuition 95 Click here for the current schedule of classes Effective Report Writing Techniques 6 continuing education hours This course is approved for 6 hours of continuing education credit for Home Inspectors In this course you will learn how to protect themselves and clients in their reports write effective accurate and concise reports recognize and avoid possible ethical and legal problems understand and choose appropriate report formats and understand what to include exclude in reports Instructor Alain Attias licensed home inspector board certified master home inspector pro lab mold inspector certified DEC structural and termite inspection licensed and EPA HVAC and refrigeration license Course Number HI 6050 Tuition 145 Click here for the current schedule of classes Mold Is In The Air For Home Inspectors 6 continuing education hours This course is approved for 6 hours of continuing education credit for home inspectors In this course you will understand the responsibilities and limitations of the home inspector with regard to the identification of suspected mold identify all means by which water moisture and humidity can extrinsically and intrinsically penetrate the different components of a home differentiate between different types of molds and how mold can impact the safety of the home inspector and occupants visually differentiate between adequate and inadequate grading on a subject property properly use report writing methods to protect the home inspector and his her client when suspected mold is visible identify adequate ventilation in basements crawl spaces and attics Instructor Alain Attias see bio under course HI 6050 Course Number HI 6075 Tuition 145 Click here for the current schedule of classes Introduction to Residential Green Building 3 continuing education hours This 3 hour course will serve as an introduction to Residential Green Building for Home Inspectors Green building is a constantly developing field which is being promoted by organizations such as the US Green Building Council USGBC and the National Association of Home Builders NAHB Green The basic concepts of Green Building will be discussed as it applies to systems and components observed and reported on by Home Inspectors Instructor John Weiberg P E Engineer and licensed home inspector and ASHI certified inspector Course Number HI 6030 Tuition 75 Click here for the current schedule of classes Environmental Issues in Home Inspections Asbestos Lead Mold Radon 2 continuing education hours This 2 hour course will discuss environmental issues commonly encountered and dealt with during home inspections These issues include asbestos lead mold and radon Identification and inspection procedures will be discussed as well as proper report writing techniques Instructor John Weiberg P E Engineer and licensed home inspector and ASHI certified inspector Course Number HI 6035 Tuition 55 Click here for the current schedule of classes Introduction to Auxiliary ASHI Standards Residential PreDrywall Inspections Pool Spa Inspections 2 continuing

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  • Molloy College: Summer Institutes for Teachers
    Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Be inspired by our challenging curriculum Academics Undergraduate Programs Continuing Education and Professional Development Summer Sessions Summer Institutes for Teachers Summer Institutes for Teachers This summer you can enroll in courses that will build your knowledge in content area and improve your instructional skills Molloy College Summer Institutes may be taken for graduate credit or on a non credit basis for in service credit All of the Summer Institutes are offered in an intensive one week format at either our Rockville Centre Campus or at our Suffolk Center on the grounds of Republic Airport in East Farmingdale The Summer Institutes are generally offered during the months of June July and August The course descriptions schedule of classes and tuition rates are generally available by late winter early spring each year The Summer Institutes for Teachers are broken down into three main categories Advanced Placement AP Summer Institutes Molloy College in cooperation with the College Board is offering Advanced Placement Summer Institutes to teachers of Advanced Placement courses in nineteen 19 subject areas for the summer of 2016 Click here for more information Please note those teachers wishing to enroll in institutes for graduate credit will be able to do so online starting on February 22 Summer Institutes Non AP The Summer 2016 Summer Institutes Non AP are offered in the subject areas listed below as well as in a general interest area The 2016 Summer Institute schedule of classes is now available Click here for more information Click here to download the Summer Institutes for Teachers brochure Elementary Grades K 6 13 Institutes Offered English Language Arts 9 Institutes Offered Math 9 Institutes Offered Science 13 Institutes Offered General Interest 5 Institute Offered Special Education 2 Institute Offered Social Studies 1 Institute Offered TESOL 5 Institute Offered Click here to download the Summer Institutes for teachers brochure The brochure will automatically be mailed in early March 2016 to teachers on our mailing list To be placed on our mailing list please call 516 323 3554 or email cthomas molloy edu Please note those teachers wishing to enroll in institutes for graduate credit will be able to do so online starting on February 22 National Grid Foundation Teaching Green Institute Grant Program TGI Molloy College and the National Grid Foundation continue an innovative institute that was founded in 2011 The Molloy College National Grid Foundation Teaching Green Institute TGI TGI is designed to train middle school and high school teachers in environmental issues and to provide suggestions on incorporating environmentally focused curricula into their classrooms Molloy College has applied for another National Grid Foundation grant for 2016 However we do not expect to hear on the status of the grant until late March 2016 Once we do hear about the status of the grant an email announcement will be sent out to teachers

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  • Molloy College: TESOL Certification: Individual Pathway
    most teachers who have recently graduated from college have taken a Literacy course This course will only be given on site if there is sufficient need However this course will be offered during the summer at Molloy s Rockvile Centre and Suffolk Center locations see Additional Course Offerings below College Coursework Methods of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages EDU 514 Teaching English Language Learners 3 graduate credits and EDU 544 PK 12 TESOL Teaching Practices and Assessment in the Content Areas 3 graduate credits It has been our experience that most teachers may have already completed the Literacy requirement which is coverd in our EDU 543 course Therefore EDU 543 will not be one of the four 4 courses offered on site However for those teachers who may need to fulfill the Literacy requirement EDU 543 is offered during the summer at both Molloy s Rockville Centre and Suffolk Center locations See the Additional Course Offerings section below for the schedule It has also been our experience that teachers may be missing some or all of the 12 semester hours credits in college coursework in a language or languages other than English including American Sign Language The language other than English requirement can be met by taking courses for undergraduate credit or through CLEP exams It is suggested that teachers look into taking the courses at a local community college The courses do not have to be in one language and coursework in American Sign Language will also satisfy the requirement Locations and Schedules The following cohorts are usually made up of teachers from more than one district However teachers from the host district are given priority in registering for courses Teachers from outside the district or Teacher Center may register for classes in any of the following cohorts if seats are available Seats are limited The number of seats available will be listed next to the cohort name Registration information can be found under the Registration section below The courses offered during the spring and fall will be offered in a hybrid format with 15 hours of in class instruction and the rest of the course being done online and through at home assignments The summer courses are usually offered in a one week 4 day usually M Th format from 8 30 a m 4 p m each day The courses will be offered at the discounted rate of 900 per course The program is limited to those teachers who have a master s degree and hold a valid New York The summer schedule of courses will be posted on this webpage on or around February 22 State Teaching Certificate Spring 2016 Schedule of Classes The summer schedule of courses will be posted on this webpage on or around February 22 The following courses are scheduled to be offered at these cohort sites this fall If you have registered for courses you will be contacted via email by Sal Rizzo the Assistant Director of Off Campus Programs with your registration confirmation If you have not registered and wish to do so please contact Sal Rizzo at 516 323 3572 or by email srizzo molloy edu Office hours M Th 11 a m 7 p m or attend one of the Information and Registration Sessions listed under that section below Updated 2 12 All the cohorts have seat availability EXCEPT for the CR ITI and ITI BSE Cohorts which are Grant Programs All Registration is Online CR ITI Cohort GRANT PROGRAM Location Molloy College Suffolk Center Campus 7180 Republic Airport East Farmingdale Spring 2016 Schedule EDU 541 02 Saturdays 1 9 2 6 2 27 8 30 2 00 p m Dr Carrie McDermott EDU 543 02 Saturday 3 5 4 2 4 16 8 30 2 00 p m Dr Maria Dove EDU 544 09 Saturday 5 7 5 21 6 18 8 30 2 00 p m Dr Andrea Honigsfeld Long Beach School District Weekday Long Beach Middle School 235 Lido Blvd Lido Beach NY 11561 Course in Progress EDU 540 02 Wednesdays 1 27 2 10 3 2 3 16 4 6 4 30 7 35 p m Sue Feltman Seats Available 10 EDU 544 07 Wednesdays 4 20 5 4 5 18 6 8 6 22 4 7 05 p m Nassau BOCES Nassau BOCES George Farber Administrative Center 71 Clinton Road Garden City NY Seats Available 20 EDU 544 08 Mondays 2 29 3 7 3 21 4 4 and 4 11 4 7 05 p m Heather Parris Seats Available 20 EDU 540 03 Mondays 4 18 5 2 5 16 6 6 6 20 4 30 7 35 p m Sue Feltman Mid East Suffolk Teacher Center Longwood High School 100 Longwood Road Middle Island NY 11953 Seats Available 12 EDU 544 03 Saturdays 4 16 5 21 6 11 8 30 1 30 p m Christine Pearsall Location Longwood H S Room 1102 on 6 11 Room 2118 Copiague School District Copiague Middle School 2650 Great Neck Road Copiague New York 11726 Course in Progress EDU 540 05 Wednesdays 1 20 2 10 2 24 3 9 3 16 4 7 00 p m Cynthia Florio Seats Available 5 EDU 544 02 Wednesdays 3 30 4 13 4 27 5 11 5 25 4 7 00 p m Michelle Budion Hempstead and RVC School Districts Molloy College 1000 Hempstead Avenue Rockville Centre NY 11571 Seats Available 5 EDU 540 06 Saturdays 2 27 3 19 4 9 8 30 1 30 Kelley Cordeiro Seats Available 18 EDU 544 10 Saturdays 4 16 5 14 6 11 8 30 1 30 Jimmy Kalamaras East End Cohort III Peconic Teacher Center 141 Narrow Ln Southampton NY 11968 Seats Available 12 EDU 540 07 Saturdays 2 27 3 12 4 2 8 30 1 30 Elizabeth Reveiz Seats Available 18 EDU 544 04 Saturdays 4 16 5 21 6 11 8 30 1 30 Leah Bufkins Northport and Smithtown School District Cohorts

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/continuing-education-and-professional-development/careers-and-professional-development-programs/education/tesol-certification-individual-pathway (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: College Preparatory Music Program
    Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Leadership through service Academics Undergraduate Programs Continuing Education and Professional Development Personal Enrichment College Preparatory Music Program College Preparatory Music Program Course description This course is designed to help students who need remedial work in basic musicianship This course is also an excellent course for HS students rising juniors and seniors to help prepare them musically Students will work on their music reading skills in treble and bass clef as well as helping them understand the basics of rhythmic notation and practice of rhythms Students will work on matching pitch and sight singing exercises The course will prepare students for college level musicianship prior to entering the Molloy College Music Program Course Objectives Develop skills reading music in treble and bass clef Develop skills reading rhythms in common time signatures Develop skills in sight singing and matching pitch Prepare students for college level musicianship Instructor Thomas Rizzuto Molloy College Days Times Dates Mondays Wednesdays 10 30 a m 12 00 p m August 3

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  • Molloy College: English as a Second Language
    and speaking through instruction in the sounds of English intonation patterns and techniques of conversation Communicative competence is expanded with an emphasis on writing styles and critical reading skills No prerequisite This course is generally offered in the evenings from 6 30 p m 9 30 p m and or on Saturdays from 9 00 a m Noon starting in September February and June Instructor Mihaela Hodovanu Course Number ES 0100 Tuition 150 Click here for the current schedule of classes INTERMEDIATE LISTENING SPEAKING The goal of this course is to help students improve their listening skills diversify the kinds of strategies they use for lecture comprehension and to develop effective note taking strategies This course offers a review of the English systems of consonant sounds vowel sounds and stress rhythm and intonation Students also have the opportunity to work on their ability to organize and present material in a formal speaking format This course can be taken for undergraduate credit ESL 125 Please contact the Office of Admissions at 516 323 3570 for details This course is generally offered in the evenings from 5 p m 6 25 p m starting in September and January Instructor Joan Cleven Course Number ES 0125 Tuition 150 Click here for the current schedule of classes INTERMEDIATE READING WRITING The goal of this course is to help students to fully utilize reading texts and develop reading skills such as skimming scanning and making inferences The students will learn to use both bottomup and top down processes for reading strategies Students are provided with instruction to help develop writing skills which include editing and organizing to successfully complete writing assignments This course can be taken for undergraduate credit ESL 135 Please contact the Office of Admissions at 516 323 3570 for details This course is generally offered in the evenings from 6 35 p m 8 05 p m starting in September and January Instructor Joan Cleven Course Number ES 0135 Tuition 150 Click here for the current schedule of classes ADVANCED LISTENING SPEAKING This course is designed for students who need to perfect their listening skills Instruction focuses on subject matter comprehension paralinguistic cues in academic interactions cross cultural differences and discourse and organization of lectures It also provides refinement of spoken English The emphasis is on speech production speech performance and sound spelling correspondences and discriminating listening skills This course can be taken for undergraduate credit ESL 145 Please contact the Office of Admissions at 516 323 4000 for details This course is generally offered in the evenings from 5 p m 6 25 p m starting in September and January Instructor To Be Announced Course Number ES 0145 Tuition 150 Click here for the current schedule of classes ADVANCED READING WRITING This course is designed to help advanced students polish their reading strategies for processing texts Skill areas include inference critical analysis predicting and evaluating points of view and reading between the lines The course provides students with a variety of

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  • Molloy College: Languages
    Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Leadership through service Academics Undergraduate Programs Continuing Education and Professional Development Personal Enrichment Languages Languages Molloy College Division of Continuing Education and Professional Development in partnership with Ed2Go also offers many non credit online language courses in such areas as Speed Spanish Spanish for Medical Professionals Beginning Conversational French Conversational Japanese Instant Italian and many more These six week online courses are the perfect way to learn a new skill or enhance your existing ones You ll need to spend roughly two to four hours each week completing two engaging lessons in an enjoyable interactive learning environment Expert instructors develop and lead every course and you ll be able to interact with them and with fellow students in lively online discussion areas However the course is not conducted live You are able to log in at any time to take your lessons New sessions start every month so you can sign up anytime Upon completing a course with a passing score you ll get an award of completion from Molloy College Click here for an overview of the online

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  • Molloy College: Pre-College Art Program
    Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Leadership through service Academics Undergraduate Programs Continuing Education and Professional Development Personal Enrichment Pre College Art Program Pre College Art Program The Mol loy College Art Department offers two pre college Saturday portfolio development classes to mature moti vated junior and senior high school students in Introduction to Life Drawing Introduction to Digital Design Each course runs for eight sessions on Saturdays and are offered every fall and spring semester The courses are offered at our Rockville Centre campus Course descriptions can be found below The tuition for each of these eight week courses of study is normally 200 and the tuition has been off set by a 100 Pre College Art Scholarship of 100 for a total tuition of 100 financial aid is available Call for additional information and a personal portfolio review for additional scholar ship consideration with our Art Depart ment Chairperson Leonard Antinori at 516 323 3185 A limited numbers of need based scholarships are available You would need to contact Leonard Antinori the Art Depart ment Chairperson at 516 323 3185 or by email at lantinori molloy edu for an interview and a personal portfolio review His office is located in the Wilbur Arts Center Room 211 Class size is limited Please register early to secure your position in the class of your choice To register online click here To register in person by phone by fax or by mail click here Introduction to Life Drawing An eight week drawing course specifically designed for motivated high school students interested in developing a successful Fine Arts portfolio for college admissions requirements The curriculum will encompass figure studies clothed and nude models and self portraiture introducing a variety of drawing techniques and media within an Art Historical context Students will be required to bring their stiff large portfolio case since most of the sup plies will be distributed in class and is included in the tuition Homework will be assigned to promote maximum developmental improvement as well as additional portfolio pieces Because of the use of a nude model after the first or second class all students are required to have a signed permission slip from their parents guardians The permission slip will be given out in the first class Course Number ART 1000 Tuition 100 Section A 8 Saturdays October 17 December 12 2015 10 00 a m 1 00 p m Wilbur Arts Center Room 214 Section B 8 Saturdays January 16 March 5 2016 10 00 a m 1 00 p m Wilbur Arts Center Room 214 Introduction to Digital Design An eight week basic exploration into the digital art possibilities of Adobe Creative Suite 6 software such as Adobe Illustrator

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  • Molloy College: Sister Mary Celeste Beck Auditing Series
    Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Bringing out the best in every student Personal Enrichment Online Courses Off Campus Programs Registration Academics Undergraduate Programs Continuing Education and Professional Development Personal Enrichment Sister Mary Celeste Beck Auditing Series Sister Mary Celeste Beck Auditing Series Courses are offered at Molloy College in cooperation with the following departments Communication Arts English Music Philosophy Psychology Sociology Theology We welcome the participation of the community in these courses at a cost of 50 per course No other discounts apply Courses run the entire semester where you will be exposed to 45 clock hours of instruction and lecture College credit is not given for the course s Register for all Sister Mary Celeste Beck courses in the Office of Continuing Education and Professional Development MILL members must register with the Office of Special Programs Registration will not be processed until the semester

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